Outskirts . ... . Many villages in Northern Europe have become havens for people of all nationalities. After the Nuclear Holocaust, when most of Asia, western Europe, and America were gone, People moved north into what was left of Russia, Ukraine, and Scandinavia. This is how the small village of Osk became one of the most hotly contested grounds in Northern Europe.
^The Crown used to be owned by an old local couple who could always be relied upon for news of the town.
The Legoredo Club used to be the hopping hip hangout in the village. But, alas, no more.
An old Police Station, station 5. They used to have their own donut shop, in the front, since the town had no other...
Zombie Horde, again. Again Decals by Tekka Croe.
Coalition of Iron Soldiers. Based out of Moscow, These brutal initiates of the Coalition roam the wastes of Europe, killing at will, human or Zombie alike.
The old town snowplow, now used for different purposes...
The playground behind the Crown used to always be alive with children from all around the town, and their laughter and shoust could be heard for blocks. Now silent...
Eiffel, the mechanic, is a relative newcomer to the small town. Coming from a place far to the south, he constantly complains about how cold it is...
The police station, being the strongest and tallest building at the edge of town, was the first to be targeted by the old Russian Government after the nuclear holocaust. They were hoping to crush any and all resistance in the area... it appears they failed.
After the Russians were gone, the raiders moved in, and their "artwork" is evident everywhere.
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Yes the Zombie faces are waterslide, and no you can't have them.
The rest (on the buildings) are Lego-Made stickers.